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10th International Workshop on HIV & Women 

A stimulating 10th edition of the International Workshop on HIV & Women in Boston, MA, brought the opportunity to network and share knowledge amongst the many decision-makers, practitioners, and researchers in the field. For those who want to review presentations or get a glance at what has been discussed, digital meeting materials have now been made freely accessible. We hope you find this a useful resource and join us next year.

Session 1 -  Research in HIV and Women Over the Last Decade:

Successes and Challenges

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Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission

Lynne Mofenson, MD - Elizabeth Glaser AIDS Foundation, USA

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Prevention Options for Women

Ariane van der Straten, PhD - RTI International / UCSF, USA

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Comorbidities of Importance to Women 

Judith Currier, MD - UCLA, USA

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Psychosocial issues for women living with HIV

Lorraine Sherr, BA, DipClinPsych, PhD - University College London, UK

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Involvement of Women Living with HIV in Research

Polly Clayden - iBase, UK

Abstracts

Abstract book of the 10th International Workshop on HIV & Women 2020

Videos

Videos of the 10th International Workshop on HIV & Women 2020

Session 1 -  Abstract-driven Presentations (no video available for abstracts)

Sex-specific analyses in oral abstracts from

CROI 2019

Outcomes following prenatal exposure to

Dolutegravir: the Dolomite - EPPICC Study

Claire Thorne, BA, MSc, PhD - University College London, UK 

Vitamin D status in pregnant women living with HIV in Denmark and association with birth outcomes - A nationwide cohort study

Ellen Moseholm, MScH, PhD - Copenhagen University Hospital, Hvidovre, Denmark

Impact of Dolutegravir based  ART among Indian women

Poongulali Selvamuthu, MD - CART CRS /Infectious Diseases Medical Center, India

Session 2 -  Debate:  U=U does apply to women

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First speaker for the proposition, set 1

Natella Rakhmanina, MD, PhD - The George Washington 
University, Children’s National Health System, USA

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First speaker for the proposition, set 2

Natella Rakhmanina, MD, PhD - The George Washington 
University, Children’s National Health System, USA

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First speaker against the proposition, set 1

Lena Serghides, PhD - University Health Network, Canada

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First speaker against the proposition, set 2

Lena Serghides, PhD - University Health Network, Canada

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Second speaker for the proposition

Fungai Murau, MA - IDS, UK

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Second speaker for the proposition

Lisa Sutherland - Social Worker, Canada

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Debate

Debate with all speakers

Session 2 -  Abstract-driven Presentations (no video available for abstracts)

Maternal and cord plasma bioactive eicosanoid profiles differ in pregnant women living with HIV compared to HIV - negative pregnant women

Adolescent girls and young women: Should they be formally recognized as a key population for HIV?

Madlen Nash, MSc - AIDS-Free World, Canada

Women on anti-retroviral therapy (ART) are less likely to achieve HIV RNA  <50 copies/ml compared to men –  Real World Data from the National Swedish InfCareHIV 

Asa Mellgren, MD, PhD - Clinic Of Infectious Diseases, Sweden 

Not recommended, but done: Breastfeeding with HIV in Germany 

Lila Haberl, MD - Hivcenter, University Hospital, Goethe University, Germany

Session 3 - ART Research in Pregnant and Breastfeeding Women

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Better, earlier pregnancy and lactation data for new HIV drugs: how do we get there

Session 3 - Round-table Discussion

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Martina Penazzato, MD, DTMH, MSC, PhD - World Health Organization, Switzerland

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Shahin Lockman, MD, MSc - Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, USA 

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Kathleen Squires, MD - Merck Research Labs, USA

Session 4 - 90:90:90: Which Women Are Being Left Behind?

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Eastern Europe

Mariana Mardarescu, MD, PhD - Institute for Infectious Disease M. Bals, Romania

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Africa

Tendani Gaolathe, MD - Botswana Harvard AIDS Institute Partnership, Botswana

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South America

Patricia Vasquez, MD - Hospital San Juan de Dios, Chile

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India/Asia

Vidya Mave, MD - Bj Government Medical College, India

Session 5 -  Abstract-Driven Presentations (no video available for abstracts)

Determinants of PrEP initiation in women at high risk for HIV

Validating incident pregnancies among women using contraceptives and antiretrovirals

Rena Patel, MD - University of Washington, USA

Post-Exposure Prophylaxis in Victims of Sexual Violence: Experience at the Condesa Specialized Clinic (CSC)

Teresita Cabrera, MD - Clínica Especializada Condesa, Mexico

Examining differences in syndemic factors by gender and sexual orientation among women, straight men, and gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men 

Kalysha Closson, MSc - University of British Columbia, Canada

Session 6 - Women Surviving and Aging with HIV

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Modena Cohort

Giovanni Guaraldi, MD - University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy

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Community Perspective

Dawn Averitt - The Well Project/WRI, USA

Session 6 -  Abstract-Driven Presentations

CD4:CD8 ratio normalization among treatment naive women

Differences by gender and sexual orientation in treatment satisfaction and aspirations among persons living with HIV

Chinyere Okoli, PharmD - ViiV Healthcare, UK  

Attitudes towards health, sexual intimacy, and child-bearing among women living with HIV in 24 countries

Chinyere Okoli, PharmD - ViiV Healthcare, UK 

Gender, equality, and empowered decision-making in HIV care

Chinyere Okoli, PharmD - ViiV Healthcare, UK 

Impact of Microbial Exposures on HPV Immune Titers and Infection Among HPV-Vaccinated Women Living with HIV

Elisabeth McClymont, MD - University of British Columbia, Canada